These Easy Ulam Recipes With Fish Are Perfect For Lent!
No matter what the dish is, fish will always be the faster and easier ingredient to use for cooking a fast and easy dish. It not only cooks in much less time than other kinds of meat but it's immediately tasty, courtesy of the natural flavors in seafood.
If you're looking for fish recipes that you may not have made yet, you should take a look at these recipes using fish that will deliver on incredible with every bite you take:
1 Kinunot na Isda (Flaked Fish in Coconut Milk) Recipe
What makes this regional fish dish so delectable is the fact that this is a coconut-based dish with lots of fish. Plus, there are no fish bones to worry about because all the fish is flaked before it's added to the dish! You get all the fabulous flavors of the fish in the gata sauce without thinking about taking apart the whole fish.
2 Cheesy Fish Fillet Recipe
Fish is easy to cook, yes, but it's also easy to pair with different flavors to make it appetizing. In this recipe, the fish is simply fried and then topped with an equally easy cheese sauce. This can be your baon for the day when you go back to the office so master the recipe so it will be even faster and easier to prepare when that time comes.
3 Steamed Ginger Fish Recipe
It takes little to make fish delicious but when you make an effort to make fish extra flavorful, you know you'll have a dish to savor! This fish dish is all about the ginger but it's also about the sweet-tangy sauce that is steamed together with the fish. This gives the fillets a fantastic aroma as well as a flavorful sauce to drizzle on top of it.
4 Green Fish Curry Recipe
Fish fillets are going to be the easier fish to eat. No bones, no scales, and it cooks just as fast as a whole fish. It's tricky however to keep it from falling apart. Even if it does flake apart, if you have a sauce that will cover those imperfections, you have a meal that's worth making because it will be covered in a savory and creamy sauce. We won't judge if you have second helpings of rice!
5 Fish Cocido (Fish Stew) Recipe
Did you know that a "cocido" is a stew? In this case, it's a fish stew that you're making. This version however is much more a soup version than it is a stew but that doesn't stop it from being delicious!
People who know this dish highly suggest you make sure to squeeze some calamansi into the hot soup for a nice, tangy burst of flavor with every sip you take!
6 Braised Fish Recipe
There's braised pork and then there's braised fish. Fish you might think would be hard to braise since it cooks so fast but the point in braising is to infuse the dish with flavor in as little a liquid as possible. The result is fish, and ultimately a dish, that is jam-packed with flavor that you can't help but scoop up all that sauce to drizzle over your mound of rice.
7 Turmeric Fish Recipe
The list of ingredients may be daunting but if you're cooking to impress not just the diners but also your taste buds, this Vietnamese-inspired fish dish should do the trick! This is loaded with flavor, from the fish to then noodles drizzled with the nuoc cham, a sweet chili dressing that will be the foundation of the flavor of this noodle bowl.
Craving for more flavorful fish recipes that will adhere to your Lenten commitment? Try these lists of fish recipes that will make your fish meal a more satisfying one:
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